Namibia is famous for its vast open landscapes and stark simplicity. Its inhospitable western coastline features vast areas inhabited only by Hyenas, Oryx and other desert wildlife. Geologically, it is one of our planet’s oldest landscapes - a desert that is crumbling to pieces, slowly eroded by relentless winds. This striking desert landscape has earned a reputation as one of the world’s most photogenic destinations and become fairly crowded with tripods over the last few years. For a lucky few, however, there’s a different angle to be seen on this special place - from above.
If you take to the skies, the simplicity of the Namibian landscape becomes even more incredible to witness and capture. The endless plains are dotted with remarkable patterns and lines formed by anything from Barchan dunes to masses of water from a once- in-a-decade flood in the desert. From the world’s 2nd largest canyon to the towering red dunes of Sossusvlei, its iconic sights are an even more incredible photographic subject from above.
Our Namibia by Helicopter safari is the culmination of years of flights, homework and relationship building while running normal photo tours in Namibia. Scroll down to find out more.
This tour is limited to 2 participants with one guide and one pilot.
This tour will be guided by Hougaard Malan.
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- Day 1 | Arrive Walvis Bay | Strand Hotel
- Day 2 | Fish River Canyon | Fish River Lodge
- Day 3 | Aus | Klein Aus Vista
- Day 4 | Sossusvlei | Sossusvlei Desert Hills Lodge
- Day 5 | Sossusvlei | Sossusvlei Desert Hills Lodge
- Day 6 | Spitzkoppe | Spitzkoppen Lodge
- Day 7 | Purros | Okahirongo Plains Lodge
- Day 8 | Serra Cafema | Serra Cafema
- Day 9 | Serra Cafema | Serra Cafema
- Day 10 | Swakopmund | Strand Hotel
- Day 11 | Depart Walvis Bay | End of Tour